Edited By: SR Brechin, PR Wilshusen, PC West and CL Fortwangler
321 pages, Tabs
Argues that to flourish in the long-term, social justice and biological conservation must go hand in hand. Since the protection of nature is a matter more of politics than ecology, the analyses that inform conservation policy should integrate it more thoroughly. The book is structured around conceptual chapters and supporting case studies that examine the politics of conservation in specific contexts.
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